test Bhutan - The Last Shangri-La
Taj Tashi

Taj Tashi is centrally located within easy access of the city’s commercial and leisure districts, the Taj Tashi is 45 minutes from the airport. Its reflects Bhutan’s rich heritage and architecture. Its balance of traditional Bhutanese design with contemporary elegance is subtly brought to life by hand-painted details. Inspired by Bhutanese Dzong architecture, the hotel has been built on three themes - the “Dhungs,” the “Double Dorjes” and “Clouds”. And is crafted by artisans from the famed Zorig Chusum School of arts and crafts, some of who have worked on the decorative paintings in the Palaces of the Royal Family, and the Dzongs of Thimphu, Punakha and Trongsa.

  • Its 66 rooms offer a majestic view of the mountains surrounding the Thimpu valley while cradling the guest with every modern comfort and facility.
  • Luxurious Spa.
  • Indoor Heated Swimming Pool.
  • Fitness Center
  • Foreign exchange.
  • Travel Services.
  • Conference venue is attractively furnished with conference equipment.
  • Room & Laundry Services.

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My time in Bhutan was without doubt one of my greatest ever travel experiences and one I will never forget and I cannot wait to return, hopefully one day in the not so far future.
Date:- 23 Aug 2011

Badal Chandra Bhagat

Service offered was quite appreciating and we look forward to avail other services in the near future.

Date:- 11 Nov 2011

Aveek Pradhan

Very well organised & co-operative from beginning to end of our tour. We recommend everyone to travel with Neptune Holidays atleast once in their lifetime..

Date:- 18 Dec 2011

Kuntal Maity

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Thanks a lot to your employees for the awesome package which was really worth the cost.Your email and telephone communication was prompt, complete and friendly. It was nice to have that personal care from your wonderful team...

Darren Ryan

I was traveling in Bhutan as tourist from 19th feb to 25th feb 2011. It was indeed an amazing experience.
Date:- 26 Feb 2011

Bijoy Kumar